Gildea sworn in as Minnesota's chief justice
ST. PAUL -- Lorie Skjerven Gildea learned at an early age how to tackle difficult situations.
Gildea, who on Monday was sworn in as the Minnesota Supreme Court's 22nd chief justice, was a young 4-H member when she took her Shetland pony, Carmel, to the Red Lake County Fair. Older 4-H members were sure she would "freeze up" and fail in the horse competition, former Minnesota Chief Justice Russell Anderson said.
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